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Old 02-03-2023, 07:35 PM   #1
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Class C covers

Any suggestions for the best cover for a 30 ft class C motorhome?
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Old 02-04-2023, 10:44 AM   #2
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Iíve been using the Eevelle Goldline cover on my 30í Forester for a few years and itís been really good, no signs of wear so far and we get strong winds and extreme weather changes here in Calgary. It is heavy grade marine fabric with a ton of tie down straps, venting, and zippers so you can access pretty much everything without removing the cover.
We regularly get snow and frigid temperatures, then it warms and melts when the Chinook winds blow in and cover has been holding up excellently.
https://eevelle.com/home/rv-covers/goldline-rv-covers/
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Old 02-05-2023, 09:19 AM   #3
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I bought this one from amazon for $150.
I only planned on using it for one winter so I got the cheapest one I could get.
I was pleasantly surprised on the quality and fit.
It has survived the winter so far in Cleveland Ohio.
I'd buy it again.
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Old 02-05-2023, 10:19 AM   #4
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Thank you. I need a cover since we will leave our 2022 Four Winds 28A at our Alaska cabin through the winter. So your experience with this cover and your Alberta weather is helpful.
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Old 02-05-2023, 10:22 AM   #5
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Thank you. Sometimes it is difficult to know how a cover will fare, so if a $150 cover works, that is good to know.
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Old 02-12-2023, 08:09 AM   #6
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Been using Adco for 15 years on our 30.5' Class C

On my 2nd bought in 2016 still using

Adco Designer Series.
Tyvek roof
2 zippered access doors
6 side vents
4 corner upper and lower tightening straps
3 underbelly straps

This size runs around $300 - $400

Wisconsin blizzards, extreme cold, snow, ice, rain
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Old 02-13-2023, 10:29 PM   #7
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Agree with the Adco covers. Wasn't sure what to expect when we first purchased but have been really happy with it so far.

https://www.etrailer.com/dept-pg-RV_..._RV_Cover.aspx
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Old 02-14-2023, 07:29 AM   #8
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Thank you. Sometimes it is difficult to know how a cover will fare, so if a $150 cover works, that is good to know.
$150 for an rv cover? Is that for a pop-up camper? My John Deere D130 lawn tractor cover cost about $100 even good outdoor grill covers cost $75+. Sounds ridiculously low priced.
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You'll want a tyvek roof and breathable vented sides with plenty of straps for adjusting.

Look at the Adco or other quality covers.
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Old 02-15-2023, 07:30 PM   #9
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nope
I put that on my 28 ft Itasca Sundancer. Its 11 1/2 ft tall.

The cover fit great and looked to be of good quality. So far so good. Its in Cleveland Ohio and they have has some snow and some sub zero nights.
I have not seen the cover personally, but, my friends have and they say its doing fine.
So, for $150 it seems to be doing just fine. I will update when spring comes and I take it off.

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nope

I put that on my 28 ft Itasca Sundancer. Its 11 1/2 ft tall.



The cover fit great and looked to be of good quality. So far so good. Its in Cleveland Ohio and they have has some snow and some sub zero nights.

I have not seen the cover personally, but, my friends have and they say its doing fine.

So, for $150 it seems to be doing just fine. I will update when spring comes and I take it off.



Kip
I browsed Amazon for 6 layered covers and was a little surprised they still make layered fabric tops. If they're well constructed you should get more than a couple years out of it as long as you've padded sharp edges well.

Didn't search for your exact cover but found prices as low as, for motorized rvs, $225-250. On a good sale they might be found for less.

My first Adco cover in 2008 had a fabric top and it lasted 7 seasons with minor repairs. I burned 2 small holes in it inadvertently from running the furnace and generator but it still held together structurally. Repair kits can be purchased and if done correctly are permanent

Good luck with your cover, may it keep your rv high and dry
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Old 02-18-2023, 10:27 AM   #11
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Thank you guys for all your responses. I think that I will give Adco a try based on suggestions.
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